KMbeing

Knowledge Mobilization (KMb): Multiple Contributions & Multi-Production Of New Knowledge

Change & Diversity For New Knowledge

We live in a world of change and diversity – so why do people oppose change and diversity?  New knowledge comes from sharing knowledge to change and improve our existing knowledge to make the world a better place. This is what is referred to as knowledge mobilization (KMb). New knowledge comes from sharing knowledge from the diversity of knowledge that is on this planet. If something is in your way and you keep trying to go down the same path – you will always be stuck without finding or creating new knowledge to help you change direction for improvement.

Change and diversity are some of the best aspects of our lives. If we can embrace change and diversity – especially as new knowledge – we can embrace the complexity of life itself.  When we fear change or diversity we get stuck along the same path without finding or creating new knowledge to help you embrace life more fully and make a difference for the better in this world.

We all have been given the ability to adapt to change and recognize our diversity. It’s important that we take advantage of this ability every day.  Unfortunately, many of us have been taught that change is somehow “bad” for us.  We do our utmost to avoid change; especially in one of the most important aspects of our lives – learning new knowledge to make our personal lives and the world a better place.

The world changes constantly and is full of diversity.  If we want to be completely stagnant and always going down the same path, never learning anything new, never sharing knowledge to create new knowledge, never making a difference – we will never change at all. The world will remain a fear-based, ignorant, hate-filled place.

Change and diversity is for us to embrace and to learn from by combining our knowledge and creating new knowledge.  When we adapt to changes and respect our diversity in our lives we grow as people, and we grow into different people with new knowledge and understanding.  Our lives become much richer for all the changes we go through and because of all the diversity that exists – and ultimately, we make the world a better place for everyone.

 

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